Besides being the biggest meat exporter in the world, Brazilian producers also sell live animals to other countries. Morocco, in Northwest Africa, is the latest destination in the list of countries that import live cattle from Brazil.
The first cargo arrived in the African country on Sunday.
Almost 3 thousand heads of cattle landed at the Jorf Lasfar Port on Morocco's Atlantic coast. Due to the atypical case of mad cow disease recently registered in Pará, the shipping process followed strict sanitary criteria, according to the local press.
The big exporter of live cattle in Brazil is Pará. In . . .
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